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  1. Hello emby team, Thank you so much for an awesome product. I left Plex a few years ago and have never looked back again. My main clients until rather recently have been x2 Minix Android devices running Emby for Android TV. These have been playing all of my content (besides H264 High 10) without any need for transcoding of the video stream. However since I swapped them out for Apple TV units it seems that all of my media requires transcoding. My initial concern regarding this was my h265 content but unless I am reading the logs incorrectly it would seem that even h264 content is being run through ffmpeg. In the H264 sample I've attached, the subtitle is not supported by the apple TV unit but it would seem that in addition to this the server is recoding the video stream as well? Stream mapping: Stream #0:0 -> #0:0 (h264 (native) -> h264 (libx264)) Stream #0:1 -> #0:1 (copy) Also for your information. Regarding the h265 content, I have run some tests with ffmpeg rewriting the tag with "-tag:v hvc1". This has allowed me to stream the files through iTunes (In mp4 format). Server & Client versions Emby: 3.2.70.0 Server: Debian 3.16.51-3+deb8u1 Client: Apple TV 4K - tvOS 11.2.5 Thank you for any assistance you can provide! MKV-H264-Server.txt MKV-H264-Transcode.txt MKV-H265-Server.txt MKV-H265-Transcode.txt
  2. Hey there everyone I'm having trouble playing HEVC content on my daughter's Galaxy Tab A 8.0" (SM-T350). It direct plays the content, however the display is unwatchable, jumpy and mostly just artefact blocking, which the audio plays fine. I'm assuming the device cannot play the content (1080p HEVC, 7.1 DTS-MA), but I cannot find a way to force it to transcode either of the streams. Is there a setting somewhere I can use to force transcoding? I tried setting up a profile under the transcoding settings, however regardless of what I set it always direct played. Not sure if that's just the wrong place to configure transcoding, or if I'm just doing it wrong. Thanks
  3. Hi playing some of my files always fails with message" CONNECTION ERROR":/ [..]dex=1&VideoCodec=h264&Profile=high&Level=41&MaxVideoBitDepth=8&MaxWidth=1280&VideoBitrate=7689730&AudioCodec=dts&AudioBitrate=360000&MaxAudioChannels=6&MediaSourceId=37be07606503ea8e68d8d8828a8c827c&DeviceId=ZPCAMPY4GXSJS&StartTimeTicks=0 [...] (it contains h264 but its h265, is that a coinciedence?). On other devices transcoding works; so I assume the Samsung is the problem. The more I´m playing around with it, I´m coming to the point that a CONCURRENT transcoding of HEVC & DTS is a problem - pls see the att. files. but H265 / DD is working H264 / DTS works Please see the info and logs. tnx for helping me Samsung model number: UE65F8090 Samsung firmware version: v1135 (latest available at 25.10.2017) Samsung Emby client version #: v2.2.2 ffmpeg-transcode.txt server.txt
  4. Is there a way to implement H.265 playback in to the web browser, whitout it transcoding it to H.264? Found Open Source Software http://www.libde265.org/ is there a way to implement it, or is it far into the future Whit H.265?
  5. Hello I've used the new Emby Theater for a while now and it runs very stable and keeps improving constantly. Thanks for the auto logout btw! Yesterday however I noticed two errors while catching up with Game of Thrones (yes I know, I'm a few seasons behind but now I can binge watch them;)). The first one was really a minor one, the episode played fine but the English subs were loaded instead of the Dutch ones that I've set as default in the preferences. This works correctly with files with external subs, but this one only had internal subs so maybe that's the cause? The second one was when I tried to watch another episode: the loading circle just kept spinning and the episode didn't start playing. I tried a few times but the file didn't start. This morning I checked the logs and noticed that the InternalDirectShowPlayer throws a NullReferenceException on starting the episode. 2016-06-21 23:02:59.7979 Error InternalDirectShowPlayer: InvokeOnPlayerThread Object reference not set to an instance of an object. System.NullReferenceException at System.Windows.Forms.Control.MarshaledInvoke(Control caller, Delegate method, Object[] args, Boolean synchronous) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.Invoke(Delegate method, Object[] args) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.Invoke(Delegate method) at Emby.Theater.DirectShow.InternalDirectShowPlayer.InvokeOnPlayerThread(Action action, Boolean throwOnError) 2016-06-21 23:02:59.7979 Error InternalDirectShowPlayer: Error beginning playback Object reference not set to an instance of an object. System.NullReferenceException at Emby.Theater.DirectShow.InternalDirectShowPlayer.InvokeOnPlayerThread(Action action, Boolean throwOnError) at Emby.Theater.DirectShow.InternalDirectShowPlayer.PlayTrack(String path, Int64 startPositionTicks, Boolean isVideo, BaseItemDto item, MediaSourceInfo mediaSource, String forcedVideoRenderer) at Emby.Theater.DirectShow.InternalDirectShowPlayer.Play(String path, Int64 startPositionTicks, Boolean isVideo, BaseItemDto item, MediaSourceInfo mediaSource, String forcedVideoRenderer) I also noticed the following line in the log: 2016-06-21 23:04:28.4639 Info InternalDirectShowPlayer: Current HWA Mode: None Desired Mode: DXVA2CopyBack Does this mean that no hardware acceleration is used? I've attached the full log with the complete error and will check my player settings tonight but I think they were set to use MADVR. Anyone has any ideas on how to solve these 2 problems? Thanks! theater-63602144954.txt
  6. I am running Emby server on an older, but decently-powerful Windows 7 x64 platform of Intel i7-920 at 3.4 GHz, 6GB RAM and Nvidia GTX-770 graphics. All my local network (wired and wireless) clients stutter when attempting to play a particular 4K HEVC video at 4Mb bitrate. The server PC can easily play the video locally using Windows Media Player and Shark007 codec, although it does consume 40% CPU. But Emby appears to have no ability to deal with this. Given that all clients (Android, iPad, and Windows 10) suffer the same stutter-then-crash effect, I am guessing this is a problem at the server end? AFAIK, it is only with this particular combination of advanced codec and 4K resolution. The Windows 10 clients have no trouble playing the file directly over the network using WMP with the appropriate codecs installed. Any idea what is the problem with Emby, or possibly Emby server?
  7. Hi guys, Is it possible to enable HEVC hardware acceleration with the Emby LAV filters? I have a GTX 960, which decodes x265 content and when playing HEVC files outside of Emby, the HEVC checkbox in LAV filters is enabled. However, when playing the same file through Emby Theater, the HEVC checkbox is not enabled. Is it possible to enable it? I'm having issues with smooth playback even at lower bitrates. Thanks!
  8. If anyone else is using a 960 for x265 playback, I'd love to pick your brain on settings and playback experience. I'm having playback issues with some files, while others are silky smooth despite having very similar bitrates, resolution, etc. My rendering times for some are 15-20 ms, while others are 40+ms. Thanks
  9. Hi gott a question about the built in vlc. what's the differens to use it and disable it? Because if its enabled it cant play dvd in h265 (hevc) but it works for the most part in Blu-ray h265. (hevc) If i disable it its no problem playing dvd or bluray. so what's the differens between the different players? the hardware being used is remix mini /Regards
  10. strugglez

    x264 to x265

    Heya Does anyone know whether or not a straight conversion of x264 (AVC) to x265 (HEVC) reduces quality at all, or it will just have better efficiency in compression? I don't mean re-encoding, or does that actual process have to involve re-encoding? Also, what would be best for this, as it's my understanding software such as handbrake only re-encodes. I would like to shrink my collection as it makes sense to? or does it not? Pros and cons would also be much appreciated. Cheers, Mike
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